Conductor and Music Director BIO
Principal Guest Conductor BIO
Sunday, October 21, 2018, 4:00PM.
Discoveries and Influences
First Presbyterian Church, Santa Monica
1220 2nd Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Neal Stulberg is the Guest Conductor for the
October 21, 2018, concert. Mr. Stulberg is
the Professor of Conducting at UCLA and
has an extensive teaching and conducting
Concerto Competition Winners
Dominik Yoder, Piano
Victor Shlyakhtenko, Piano
Johann Sebastian Bach:
Keyboard Concerto, d minor,
Wolfgang Mozart: Piano Concerto,
C Major, K. 467, (1785)
Victor Shlyakhtenko, Piano
Symphony No. 3, "Scottish" (1841-42)
Tickets and Society Membership can be
purchased on the orchestra website,
and at First Presbyterian Church
one hour before the concert.
Go to the concert page to purchase tickets and for
parking information: LINK
W. A. Mozart:
(January 27, 1756
- December 5, 1791)
and Music Director Bio
Celebrating Forty Years With Fetta
Symphony No. 30, D Major,
K. 202 (1774)
Violin Concerto, No. 4, D Major,
K. 218 (1775)
-Nathan Gendler (Age 12) Bio
Due to a Broken Finger,
Nathan Gender will not perform.
-Chunyi Zhou (Age 13) Bio
Chunyi will perform the entire concerto.
Nathan Gendll and Chunyi Zhou
are Co-Winners of the Orchestra Sponsored
Parness Concerto Competition
"The Magic Flute," K 620 (1791)
Aria, Queen of the Night,
Der Hölle Rach kocht in
Soprano (Age 8) Bio
Symphony No. 40, g minor
$15-College Students /
dditional Symphony Society Tickets
FREE-Students Grades 1-12
who must be accompanied by a
paying adult, General Admission
All attendees must have tickets
from the box office.
Members of SoCal Symphony Society
receive two free tickets.
Become a Society Member now: LINK
On-line sales are now closed, but tickets
can be purchased at the Frost Auditorium
Box Office which Opens at 2:30PM.
Saturday, April 6, 2019, 7:30PM.
Cultural Equity and Inclusion
We are working towards a concert of music to celebrate
diversity in music.
Marina Concert, "Bernstein at 100,"
",,,,,this marvelous concert,,,,,"
Ballet World, Los Angeles
Read the review: LINK
",,,,,,a Gem of a Concert,,,,,,'''
Read Carole Bell's review posted
in the Culver City Observer: June 10, 2017
“A Superb Concert by the
Culver City Symphony Orchestra,”
“This is a young-thinking orchestra with a
Here is the full review: LINK
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make music. Please go to our Membership Page for information.
We thank you for your generosity.
And your additional donations will also help us meet our goals of keeping
in the city live concerts of Classical Music.
CCSO is presented by SoCal Symphony Society,
P.O. Box 4846,
Culver City, CA 90231 310-645-5961